I managed to get my grubby little hands on a couple of Resaurus’ discontinued Street Fighter action figures, and it only cost me a kidney. The first one I found was Cammy, the second one was Charlie and he came all the way from Hong Kong. The figures are constructed really well. The paint jobs are nice, and Resaurus did a great on making them resemble their video game counterparts. Both figures feature a soft, flexible plastic for parts of their hair. It’s a nice touch, but be warned: because they are flexible tearing can occur. The Cammy I ordered had a pigtail glued back on, so I would recommend making sure you know the condition of the figures when you order them.
Neither figure sports more than 6 points of articulation making them more like statues than actually action figures. If you are looking for something more “pose able” I would recommend the SOTA line over this. Their size is nice, standing about an 1″ to 1/2″ taller than both the SOTA and NECA line of Street Fighter figures. It’s a shame this company went bankrupt after only producing two lines, because I would of loved to have seen the third and fourth series they had in the works. If you are a fan of Street Fighter, I recommend tracking these down. With some hard work and diligence you can find them online at a reasonable price.